The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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K * -A *•> > ~»\ BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)" COOR1KR NEWS MONDAY, MAY IS, 1946 ft ,•* £ f "I Thanks for the Welcome NOW... WHAT AB THAT J i^*7£MI>LOYER: CHECK YOUR PERSONNEL AND PLACE YOUR MANPOWER NEEDS WITH U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE We HoVc Men Trained As: hi * Airplane Mechanics *AtUetic Instructors *Auto Mechanics *Baker s ' *Body and Fender Men • ("^Bookkeepers • '''' "^Musicians T j ' ? -*"-w^w - • i - • f 1 T.*Diesel Mechanics <.. "^Dragline Operators .^Electricians *Farm Hands "^General Office Clerks "frHeavy Equipment Opcr- :. ators - *Hotel Clcvks and Restaurant '. Managers •^Laborers ^Machinists *Parls Clerks "^Pipefitters ^Plumbers *Power Linemen "frRadio Repairmen ^Retail Managers *Routemen "A'Sales Clerks "^Salesmen *Sheet Metal Workers "^Statisticians *Stoc.k Clerks "^Telephone Linemen "fcTruck Drivers ^Waiters ^Warehousemen *Welders ^Waitresses BlytheviUe Place These BLYTHFVIME VET NEED WORK! Men Can Surely Veterans in Jobs They'll Make Excellent Help for Your Business! "Three cheers" . . .sounded fine when the boys came marching home . . .bat now,every Slyrtwrille^mptoyer should examine his own staff of employees to see if he can MAKE JOBS FOR VETERANS. Your future business growth and the welfare of Blytheville is at stake. Fact i«, tkot we con keep these returning BlytheviUe vets here ONLY by placing them in jobs where they can become -regular paying citizens. 700 veterans are looking for jobs. Red-blooded, Cream of the Crop Americans who want to stay here and who do not want to lie around any longer than necessary. They have special training in many lines. They are adaptable young Americans, ready and eager to HELP YOU BUILD BETTER. You can profit by planning to employ some of them. Strikes will be over . . .business is sure to grow. Business men who start now to strengthen and train their personnel will have teams ready and eager to get the business in the postwar rebuilding period. These returning veterans will prove strong and capable aides. UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phone 2881 118 Souti^ Second Street This "JOBS for VETS" Program Backed by Blytheville Veterans Advisory Committee V -- \ , • t ' This Advertisement Inserted and Paid For by the Fol/owing Patriotic Firms: DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc, 312 Son* Second LEE MOTOR SALES. Inc. 307 £«t M«n St. JOE ATKINS MACHINE SHOP MEAD CLOTHING CO. 322 West Main St. MARK'S AUTO SERVICE Ash and Second LIBERTY CASH MARKET 501 West Main St. HART'S BAKERY Don't Say Bread, Say Hart's Bread R. D. HUGHES & CO. 310West Mam St. DAVID REAL 1ST. & INV. CO. 112 North Second St. ROTHROCK DRUG CO. 205 W««t Main St. ARK-MO POWER CO. Blytheville, Arkansas BLY'VILLE CANNING CO. Inc South Fourth Street R.M. LOGAN, Texaco Dist. Cotton Belt Tracks and Elm JACK W. POWELL, Rep. Norton*) Lit* liuwnnc* Co.

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